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The film festival also has editions around the globe, from London and Liverpool and Tokyo and LA.

The Lift-Off Film Festival makes a bumpy local landing

July 2nd, 2015

The film festival also has editions around the globe, from London and Liverpool and Tokyo and LA.

  • Who doesn’t want to hear Arnie scream “It’s not a tumor!” again?

  • You know you need to see Mega Shark vs Crocosaurus.

  • The main characters head off to a dinner date without any idea of the insanity to come.

  • The flick often feels like a glorified piece of fan fiction, playing around in the margins of a great movie.

  • XXL has about as much dramatic complexity as Thunder From Down Under, turning Magic Mike into a franchise that shamelessly caters to fans who crave ...

  • Like its predecessor, Ted 2 is mostly an excuse for Seth MacFarlane to throw out as many crass punchlines as he can.

  • The country star opens her second album with a double entendre-filled ode to smoking pot.

  • Cheesy animal attacks and a tiresome conspiracy storyline.

  • Scream is a generic thriller with more pretty faces than creative ideas.

  • True Detective's second season, Ballers and The Brink all debut Sunday night.

  • Think Adventures in Babysitting meets Boyz N the Hood.

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